How To Earn Huge Profits with Your Hobbies
How do you spend your leisure time? What do you do for fun? What activities result in
time flying by?
For me, I absolutely love to sit down and brainstorm new, innovative ideas. I also
can't get enough listening to and playing blues music. (I happen to be the most
underrated, lowest paid blues guitar player on the planet - at least in my own mind.)
I completely lose track of my surroundings when I spend time on these activities.
Strangely, the things that we get the most enjoyment from are usually the last things
we consider when choosing a business or product idea.
You know how you feel when you spend time on activities you enjoy. You have experienced
the balance between your body and mind, the clarity of thinking, the hope you get from
dreaming and the natural high you get from playing with your passion.
Here are the advantages of developing an information product around your hobbies:
1) You already know the market, the desires of those within the market and most of the
information on how to meet those needs. All you need to do is select a burning issue, create
a hot headline to capture attention and address the want in the simplest way possible.
2) The minimal work you will put into developing your product should be a labor of
love - time will fly by. You will really wonder why you are getting paid for what you
3) Your experience, credibility and passion will guarantee that your product will sell
with very little effort. You see people these days are looking for a dream, and they
will buy anything that lets them live that dream. Think of yourself as a dream weaver...
hmmm sounds like a song doesn't it?
4) The bottom line is, you can get a hot information product to market based on your
hobby to market within days - it's perhaps the single best method for getting your own
product to market fast.
The secret that makes turning your hobby into an information product is that the
passion you communicate will draw customers to you like a fly to flypaper.
You see we all want buy into dreams. Even the most jaded people in society still hold
on to some form of hope, or dream. By tapping into your passions and finding others who
share those passions - you are feeding their veracious appetite to be a part of a dream.
How many times have you put off buying a product that you thought you needed? I have
needed a new vacuum cleaner for months now, but until that sucker gives it's last vrrrrrm...
I am going to keep coming up with reasons why I shouldn't spend the money today.
But, how many times have you bought something immediately, or almost immediately after
you have saw it because, by god, I wanted it ... No I HAD to have it. Now chances are
that product fit aligned with one of your passions.
Everytime I see ANYTHING to do with blues music or especially Stevie Ray Vaughan - I
HAVE to have it. Could I live without it, absolutely. Would I spend my last $10 on it,
sorry to say but Yup.
So try this technique out, spend a few minutes (really that's all this will take) and
come up with some ideas for developing information products based on your hobbies,
here's how ...
Step 1: Set aside 10 minutes TODAY to recall the five most enjoyable activities you
can recall over the last year. Which ones stick out in your mind? If you have trouble,
think of it another way; if you didn't have any other responsibilities (work, family,
social) what would you spend time doing? You should be able to come up with at least
three - that's a good start.